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Underwater Photo Location: Wakaya island

Underwater Photo Location: Wakaya island

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Visit by liveaboard (the Naia), or by the resort on the island. There are many great dive sites. Wall dives with sightings of blue ribbon eels, large hammerhead and black tip sharks, along with wonderful macro opportunites. Have also had many dives with manta rays. Fiji is great diving all year, but my favorite time of year is April - June.
Facts about Wakaya island
  • It is in Fiji
  • Wakaya island is in the Koro Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-40 Metres 0-130 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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by Cindy Campbell
Shooting clown fish always takes some patience to get the right look from the subject. The purple in the anemone made the shot particularly beautiful.

by Aj Hiller
School of barracuda in a sunlight silhouette.

by Aj Hiller
Orange clownfish relax in their anemone surroundings.

by Aj Hiller
Life on the reef--gorgeous array of color and marine life on a very healthy coral reef; shot with Nikon D2X and 10.5mm AF-DX Nikkor lens; Aquatica housing and two Inon Z-240 strobes

by Aj Hiller
Giant manta ray hovering like a spacecraft over hard coral amidst swarms of chromis. Shot with Nikon D2X, 35-85mm Nikkor, two Inon Z-240 strobes and Aquatic housing

by Aj Hiller
Sunset looking toward Ovalau Island in Fiji; shot with Nikon D2X, 10.5mm lens

by Aj Hiller
Low tide on a South Pacific island; shot with Nikon D2X, 70-300mm Nikkor zoom at 70mm, 1/500 at f/11
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